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Thrilling Story Hour for Adults

The Times Record | October 7, 2019
To introduce a new, suspenseful story time, this one geared toward adults, Maine State Music Theatre’s Curt Dale Clark read two classics from an author he said was the “undisputed American master of mystery and the macabre” — Edgar Allan Poe.

MSMT Hires New Development Director

Portland Press  Herald | October 30, 2019
Maine State Music Theatre has hired Amanda Choate to serve as the theater’s year-round development director.

Performing Below the Stage 

207 NewsCenter Maine | August 27, 2019
The orchestra is integral to each and every production at Maine State Music Theatre, but since they are (literally) hidden from view they can be sometimes overlooked. 207 dives in to the orchestra pit to take a closer look at the music makers.

MSMT Ratchets up Ambitions in its 61st Season

The Times Record | May 24, 2019
Maine State Music Theatre in Brunswick celebrated its 60th season last year, but is hardly letting go of its ambitions this year, its 61st.

Maine State Music Theatre Premieres 61st Season with Pirates, Munchkins and more

The Times Record | May 13, 2019
This summer, swing dancers, pirates, New York City matchmakers and munchkins will grace Pickard Theater’s stage — just not all in the same show.

Maine State Music Theatre hires production manager

Lewiston Sun Journal | February 26, 2019
Kyle Coyer has joined MSMT in the newly created year-round position.

At MSMT Building a World out of Lace and Shiny Buttons

Times Record | January 30 , 2019
When Belle walked out on stage for the first time, draped in the swaths of golden fabric and intricate, glittering embroidery that made up her signature gown from Beauty and the Beast, there were gasps and whispers from the audience as they took in the hand made gown that was every little girl’s princess fantasy. This moment is one of costume designer Ryan Moller’s crowning achievements.

What’s Exiting on the Upcoming Maine Theatre Scene

Broadway World | January 6, 2019
It is the winter doldrums here in North Country, but what better way to combat those blues than to take in an entertaining, moving, or inspiring evening at one of Maine’s fine theatre companies?

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